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I took the GMAT about 5 years ago as I simply needed a score for my graduate program. This is not the score I want to use for MBA admissions, and the score will expire in a few months (I am applying for Fall '15 admissions). Will adcoms still see my expired score, if I apply after the expiration date?

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OceanAve wrote:
I took the GMAT about 5 years ago as I simply needed a score for my graduate program. This is not the score I want to use for MBA admissions, and the score will expire in a few months (I am applying for Fall '15 admissions). Will adcoms still see my expired score, if I apply after the expiration date?

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No, they will not as long as you take a new test (which I think you are planning to take)
Here is a quote from MBA.com http://www.mba.com/us/the-gmat-exam/gma ... cores.aspx

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Scores Older than Five Years
You may request score reports for tests up to 10 years old, provided that you have not taken the GMAT exam within the past five years. They may require additional processing time and a fee.

If you have tested within the past five years and have a valid score, we will not report older scores, as they are outdated and can present interpretation problems. If your only scores are more than five years old, a program may require you to take the GMAT again.

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